Developers are hoping to break ground on construction of a proposed $1.5 million mixed-use commercial and residential complex next spring or early summer after receiving overwhelming support of two neighborhood councils.
A sweeping fire that started in the Wilmington area at the Port of Los Angeles is now fully contained thanks to the efforts of firefighters who swiftly responded to the blaze, officials said today at a press conference.
The San Pedro High football team has had strong starts before, but once again, this current group of Pirates go into this Friday’s home game against University of Los Angeles with a 3-0 record with two more nonleague games left before Marine League play starts.
The future of advancements in industrial technologies was on display throughout the 5th Annual PortTechEXPO on Sept. 17 – and clean energy was a recurring theme among many of the companies showcasing their latest technologies.
San Pedro, Port of Los Angeles and Mary Star High all come equipped for their new year with first-year head coaches, but for the likes of their respective focuses of attack, this new feeling of change will only further enhance their game.
A proposed gas station slated for the development near the gateway entrance on Gaffey Street is cruising its way to approval and could arrive as early as spring of next year.
The 2014 prep football season will be the kind of year where youth will definitely be served for the Mary Star High football team, as they lost 21 seniors from last year’s team, including their entire starting offensive line, quarterback Tyler Sestich (Harbor College) and tight end Neven Skoblar.